According to new reports, Jen Harley is really hurt that Ronnie Magro’s close friends are against their relationship, especially when she’s so confident they’re going to last. Despite their tumultuous romance, the Jersey Shore stars seem to be doing well nowadays – but for how long?
The man’s friends are concerned about how things may crash and burn between them (possibly even literally given their history) and one source tells HollywoodLife that Jen is heartbroken they don’t believe in them as a couple.
‘Jen is really hurt that people aren’t being supportive of her and Ronnie. There are times when she feels like everyone is against her and Ronnie and they are trying to tear away their happiness, just waiting for them to fail. It breaks her heart,’ the insider shared with the outlet.
Considering how much drama has been between Ronnie and Jen, it’s no surprise that his pals are worried.
Aside from their huge fights and nasty social media posts, the fact that Jen was arrested for domestic abuse after dragging her baby daddy with her car is what makes everyone think their relationship is unsalvageable.
‘Everybody’s worried things will spiral out of control before they finally decide they’re over for good,’ the source added.
They explained that ‘Everyone feels on edge when they are around Ronnie and Jen, and we all just walk on eggshells waiting for one of them to go off on the other. Separately, they’re both totally cool and great people, but together they are nightmares—they are like oil and water, it is just a really bad dynamic.’
Apparently, they are not hiding their opinions from the woman very well and Jen doesn’t understand why they think that.
‘If she and Ronnie were fighting all the time she would understand all the negativity, but she swears they’re doing really well and are more in love than they’ve ever been. Nothing is perfect — they still have arguments — but nothing out of the normal because they’re both working on it. They are doing therapy together and are really committed to working out their issues, because they want their daughter to grow up in a happy home.’